Nov
13
5:00 PM17:00

KTHBI x IBM 2

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*The registration is now closed, thank you everyone for applying!*

Once again IBM together with KTHBI invite you to Blockchain@IBM! 

When? 13 November 17.00 

Where? IBM Kistagången 6

”As interest in blockchain grows, so does demand for a skilled technical workforce that can use the technology to bring networks into production. To help meet the increasing need for blockchain developers, consultants and architects, IBM invites You to a blockchain meetup to learn about blockchain technology and try out building blockchain applications. No previous knowledge required. Food and drinks will be served.”

After 19.00 there will be a dinner with opportunity to mingle with IBM representatives and other students.

If you are interested to join, please sign up through the form below. The seats are limited so please only sign up if you are able to attend.

Please note that KTH email adresses are prioritized.

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Apr
18
3:45 PM15:45

KTHBI x IBM

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*Registration is now closed, thank you everyone or applying!*

KTHBI and IBM invite KTH-students to Blockchain@IBM!

When? 18 April at 15:45-19:30

Where? IBM Kistagången 6

What? As interest in blockchain grows, so does demand for a skilled technical workforce that can use the technology to bring networks into production. To help meet the increasing need for blockchain developers, consultants and architects, IBM invites You to a blockchain meetup to learn about blockchain technology and try out building blockchain applications. No previous knowledge required. Food and drinks will be served.

If you are interested to join please sign up through the following form (maximum of 60 participants so please only sign up if you are able to attend)

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Jan
23
3:00 PM15:00

"What Is Blockchain Technology?"

*The event is now full. Thank you everyone for applying!*

Still not sure what Blockchain technology is about? No worries, join us in our first seminar and get all your questions answered. 

The seminar will be held by Christoffer de Geer, Vice President of bt.cx. 

Where? D1, KTH

When? Tuesday 23/1, 15-17

Fill out the form to secure your spot, the seats are limited. Please note that KTH Students are prioritized.

 

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